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Figure 2: Abnormal rim of FDG uptake with central photopenic defect seen in left high parietal cortex (SUV max 4.4). There is generalized reduced FDG uptake in the bilateral parietal, temporal and occipital cortex. Preserved metabolism was seen in the bilateral frontal, basal ganglia and cerebellum

Figure 2: Abnormal rim of FDG uptake with central photopenic defect seen in left high parietal cortex (SUV max 4.4). There is generalized reduced FDG uptake in the bilateral parietal, temporal and occipital cortex. Preserved metabolism was seen in the bilateral frontal, basal ganglia and cerebellum